Open meeting for UNISON members born with Intersex conditions / DSD

19 September 2015 1:00pm–4:00pm

UNISON Centre, 130 Euston Road, London, NW1 2AY

Members born with Intersex conditions/DSD are invited to come together to share experiences and ideas in a safe, supportive and respectful space.

Event info

For the past few years, we have been discussing, consulting and exploring how to ensure members born with intersex conditions (also known as Difference of Sexual Development/DSD) are fully included and have a voice in UNISON.

Intersex people are people born with physical, hormonal or genetic features that are neither wholly female nor wholly male, or a combination of female and male.

We want specific work issues they may face to be understood and addressed.

As a part of this, members born with Intersex conditions/DSD are invited to come together to share experiences and ideas in a safe, supportive and respectful space.

If you are unable to attend the meeting but have experiences and ideas you would like to share, please send these through (confidentiality assured) before the meeting so your views can be represented.

We really look forward to meeting members in a safe and supportive environment so we represent the diversity of our membership.

Email equality@unison.co.uk for more information.